Why Syrians are still dying despite a cease-fire deal
Clip: 12/27/2018 | 5m 44s
The 3 million people who live in Syria's Idlib province were supposed to be protected under a cease-fire agreement struck this fall by Turkey and Russia. But today many are living without the most basic services and still facing attacks. Nick Schifrin reports on life and the lack of hope in the country’s final rebel stronghold.
Aired: 12/27/18Video has closed captioning.
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